BVSC + Minimally Invasive Surgery
Appropriate endoscopic surgery resulting in quick and full recovery

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Studies have shown that minimally invasive surgery provides superior recovery times and improved patient comfort compared to traditional surgical approaches in certain situations and for selected patients.

BVSC has state of the art equipment from Storz (, a leader in endoscopy and arthroscopy equipment. Arthroscopic joint surgery, used for conditions such as elbow dysplasia and osteochondritis dissecans, allows a highly magnified view and treatment with fine instruments through key-hole incisions.BVSC CURETTE 01

Cranial cruciate ligament rupture is the most common orthopaedic disease of the stifle joint (knee). Arthroscopy to inspect the stifle joint for cranial cruciate ligament rupture provides faster recovery times compared to traditional surgical approaches. Our surgeons are trained in a variety of techniques and take the time to help owners make informed decisions about which treatment is the best fit for their dog.

Patient care does not stop with the surgery for minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery. Our renowned 'specialty care with compassion' continues into the follow-up period encompassing rehabilitation and full integration with our physiotherapy services.



Read about our Surgical Procedures

At BVSC our surgeons are specialised in many different surgical procedures.

Our orthopaedic surgeons are highly trained and use traditional surgery, minimally invasive surgery and nonsurgical means to treat trauma of the musculoskeletal system, spinal diseases, degenerative diseases, infections, tumours and congenital or developmental disorders - problems with tissues such as the bones, joints, ligaments tendons and muscles.
Our surgeons are trained in the latest techniques to operate on the delicate soft tissues of the respiratory tract including the lungs, the gastrointestinal tract, the liver, the urinary tract as well as other intrathoracic and intra-abdominal organs and the skin.
Whether it is to decompress a damaged spinal cord due to intervertebral disc rupture or to remove a tumour from the brain, spinal cord or nerve, our surgeons are here to get the job done and have the equipment and prowess to provide the best care for your pet with surgical neurological disease.
Minimally invasive surgery uses very small incisions to reduce trauma to the body and speed recovery times. Fine, specifically designed instruments and endoscopy equipment is used to allow the surgeon to see using our high definition camera system. This is a growing area in veterinary medicine and BVSC is on the cutting edge.
Effective cancer treatment relies on the surgical oncologist performing the correct procedure accurately the first time around. We work closely with our specialist colleagues in medicine, radiation oncology, radiology, anaesthesiology, critical care and pathology to get the best outcome for pets with cancer.